News By/Courtesy: Aashita Khandelwal | 15 May 2019 0:31am IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Doris Day died at the age of 97
  • She was suffering from pneumonia
  • Sentimental Journey and Que Sera were her greatest singing hits

The heroic Hollywood actor and singer Doris Day, who was on 3rd April 1922 in Cincinnati,  Ohio died at the age of 97. She was suffering from pneumonia.

Despite the fact that she at first needed to turn into an artist, she needed to desert the fantasy after a mishap, as indicated by BBC. She started her expert singing profession at 15 and had her initial hit, Sentimental Journey. That and Que Sera were her greatest singing hits. She was additionally referred to for movies, for example, That Touch of Mink, Young on the most fundamental level and Love Me or Leave Me.

Apart from her entertainment world, she was an animal welfare activist. Day had a dog which she took for a walk without a leash and he died in an accident. Resulting from which, Day founded the Doris Day Pet Foundation, now the Doris Day Animal Foundation. She did film dramas, musicals and innocent sex comedies which made her a top star in the 1950s and '60s and was among the most popular screen actresses in the history.

We’ve lost another great Hollywood talent. We will miss her dearly anyway. She will rest now in our hearts forever.

Section Editor: Puja Jakhar | 15 May 2019 0:40am IST


Tags : #Hollywood #DorisDay #DorisDayDies #QueSera #SentimentalJourney

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